Установка emmet на notepad++

Tab key

Currently, Emmet expands abbreviations by Tab key only for HTML, CSS, Sass/SCSS and LESS syntaxes. Tab handler scope is limited because it overrides default snippets.

If you want to make Emmet expand abbreviations with Tab key for other syntaxes, you can do the following:

  1. Use Open Your Keymap menu item to open your custom file.
  2. Add the following section into it:
'atom-text-editor:not()''tab''emmet:expand-abbreviation-with-tab'

Replace with actual grammar attribute value. The easiest way to get grammar name of currently opened editor is to open DevTools and find corresponding element: it will contain attribute with value you need. For example, for HTML syntax it’s a .

You can add as many sections as you like for different syntaxes. Note that default snippets will no longer work, but you can add your own snippets in Emmet.

Usage

To expand abbreviation, pass it to default function of module:

import expand from 'emmet';

console.log(expand('p>a')); // 

By default, Emmet expands markup abbreviation, e.g. abbreviation used for producing nested elements with attributes (like HTML, XML, HAML etc.). If you want to expand stylesheet abbreviation, you should pass it as a property of second argument:

import expand from 'emmet';

console.log(expand('p10', { type 'stylesheet' })); // padding: 10px;

A stylesheet abbreviation has slightly different syntax compared to markup one: it doesn’t support nesting and attributes but allows embedded values in element name.

Alternatively, Emmet supports syntaxes with predefined snippets and options:

import expand from 'emmet';

console.log(expand('p10', { syntax 'css' })); // padding: 10px;
console.log(expand('p10', { syntax 'stylus' })); // padding 10px

Predefined syntaxes already have attribute which describes whether given abbreviation is markup or stylesheet, but if you want to use it with your custom syntax name, you should provide config option as well (default is ):

import expand from 'emmet';

console.log(expand('p10', {
    syntax 'my-custom-syntax',
    type 'stylesheet',
    options {
        'stylesheet.between' '__',
        'stylesheet.after' '',
    }
})); // padding__10px

You can pass property as well to shape-up final output or enable/disable various features. See for more info and available options.

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When i got into web development i tried a lot of IDEs: Atom, Brackets, Sublime. The thing is i kept switching. I am not saying that these IDEs aren’t good, the fact is i love them however i always wanted something more from my IDE. At one point i thought there is something wrong with me 😛 Then i met VS code and boy o boy i have never switched to any other IDE again. VS code was special, it had all the tools that i needed out of the box, let that be source control integration, integrated terminal, beautifier, debugging that’s a big plus, changing theme is effortless and so much more. Also it keeps getting better and better. For things which are not available , you can easily get some plug in on the market place.

In this article we will get to know how we can use VS code to increase our productivity.

What is Emmet?

If you go by their site the definition is

“Emmet is a plug in for many popular text editors which greatly improves HTML & CSS workflow:”

And Emmet does fulfill what they promise, you can use short expressions to generate HTML markup, CSS.

Let’s get started:

The general way to write Emmet abbreviation is:

tagName

Where tagName: is the HTML tag you want to generate

Series of expressions will govern the markup that will be generated.

  1. Generating HTML Skeleton

The first thing you would do when creating a HTML page is create the skeleton for it, that is type DOCTYPE, html,head, body tags.

What it you could do all that with just 2 keys? Yeah Emmet let’s you do that.

Just type ‘!` in the editor, it will show a pop up with the content that will be generated, press enter and there you have your HTML skeleton . Cool isn’t is?

HTML Skeleton generated with ‘!’

2. Elements with text content inside them

If you want to generate a div with text content inside them

div{This is a div}

Will generate a div tag with whatever text that is specified inside the curly braces ({})

Element with Text Content

3. Nested elements

To generate nested we will use ‘>’ operator

ul>li

Nested Elements

Let’s make things a bit interesting,

Generate a list 3 li’s , each li has an anchor(a) tag:

For nesting we can use ‘>’ operator. But how would we go about for repetition ? Repetition can be done using * operator li*3 will give three li’s just like normal multiplication.

ul>li*3>a

ul>li*3>a

If you wanted numbers inside your li’s you could use $ operator

ul>li{$}*3

Item Numbering

You can also use $ multiple times so the number is padded with 0. You can set base number with ‘@N’ and direction with ‘@-’

ul>li{$@-}*5

Reverse Item Numbering

ul>li{$@10}*5

Item Numbering Starting with Specified Base

You can even use them together

ul>li{$@-10}*5

Reverse Item Numbering Starting with Specified Base

4. What about classes and Id

div#main.container.responsive

you can specify Id by using ‘#’ and classes by using ‘.’

Id and Classes

You can specify multiple classes but do remember that you can have only one id. If you specify two id’s using #, the 2nd id will override the first.

So:

div#main#main-body.container.responsive

will be expanded to

div#main#main-body.container.responsive

5. Custom attributes

If you want a div with custom data property you would do the following:

div

Custom Attributes

6. Generating Siblings.

Let’s say you want to have a header tag, div tag, footer tag. What would you do?

These are not nested so you cant use ‘>’

To generate sibling use ‘+’ operator

header+div+footer

Siblings

7. Grouping

You can use ‘()’ operator to group complex abbreviations.

div>(a>p>span+span)*3

This will expand to

Groping Elements

8. Lorem Ipsum

Using this you can get lorem Ipsum placeholder text:

lorem

You can also use multiplication operator with this to get more content

lorem*5

CSS

You can also use Emmet for CSS. This can be very helpful as you don’t have to remember long property names, use short expressions to assign values to properties. Let’s look at some examples.

Margin of 10 on all sides

Just type :

m10–10–10–10

This will be expanded to:

margin: 10px 10px 10px 10px;

same thing can be done for padding :

p10–10–10–10

which will be expanded to:

padding: 10px 10px 10px 10px;

And a lot more. To know what other cool things you can do, refer the following links :). Do try them out, they are very helpful.

How to expand abbreviations with Tab in other syntaxes

Emmet expands abbreviations in limited syntaxes only: HTML, CSS, LESS, SCSS, Stylus and PostCSS. The reason to restrict Tab handler to a limited syntax list is because it breaks native Sublime Text snippets.

Go to > and insert the following JSON snippet with properly configured scope selector instead of token:

{
  "keys" , 
  "command" "expand_abbreviation_by_tab", 

  // put comma-separated syntax selectors for which 
  // you want to expandEmmet abbreviations into "operand" key 
  // instead of SCOPE_SELECTOR.
  // Examples: source.js, text.html - source
  "context" [
    {
      "operand" "SCOPE_SELECTOR", 
      "operator" "equal", 
      "match_all" true, 
      "key" "selector"
    }, 

    // run only if there's no selected text
    {
      "match_all" true, 
      "key" "selection_empty"
    },

    // don't work if there are active tabstops
    {
      "operator" "equal", 
      "operand" false, 
      "match_all" true, 
      "key" "has_next_field"
    }, 

    // don't work if completion popup is visible and you
    // want to insert completion with Tab. If you want to
    // expand Emmet with Tab even if popup is visible -- 
    // remove this section
    {
      "operand" false, 
      "operator" "equal", 
      "match_all" true, 
      "key" "auto_complete_visible"
    }, 
    {
      "match_all" true, 
      "key" "is_abbreviation"
    }
  ]
}

Tab key handler

Emmet plugin allows you to expand abbreviations with Tab key, just like regular snippets. On the other hand, due to dynamic nature and extensive syntax, sometimes you may get unexpected results. This section describes how Tab handler works and how you can fine-tune it.

By default, Tab handler works in a limited syntax scopes: HTML, XML, HAML, CSS, SASS/SCSS, LESS, PostCSS and strings in programming languages (like JavaScript, Python, Ruby etc.). It means:

  • You have to switch your document to one of the syntaxes listed above to expand abbreviations by Tab key.
  • With Ctrl-E shortcut, you can expand abbreviations everywhere, its scope is not limited.

To fine-tune Tab key handler, you can use the following settings in user’s file:

disable_tab_abbreviations_for_scopes — a comma-separated list of syntax scopes where Tab key handler should be disabled. For example, if you want disable handler inside strings of programming languages and HAML syntax, your setting will look like this:

"disable_tab_abbreviations_for_scopes": "text.haml, string"
  • — a space-separated list of all known HTML tags used for lookup as described above.

If you’re unhappy with Emmet tab handler behavior, you can disable it: just add into user’s file.

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Вы не поверите, но на этом чехарда не закончилась, поскольку уже в версии 7.6.3 разработчики очень извиняясь сообщили, что папка снова изменилась, в этот раз на  и обещали больше ее не менять без крайней необходимости. Фактически все вернулось так, как и было в ветке 7.5.x, но ведь Python Script и Emmet у нас не запускаются.

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Осталось сделать последних шаг, чтобы можно было нормально пользоваться плагином Emmet в Notepad++. Нажимаем в меню «Опции» ⇒ «Горячие клавиши» и открывшемся окне переходим на вкладку «Plugin commands» где видим две строчки выделенные красным.

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Редактор Notepad++ является мощным инструментом с большими возможностями, а при соответствующих навыках можно расширять его функциональность под собственные нужды. Попробовав его в деле, вы уже никогда не вернетесь к стандартному Блокноту, разве что перейдете на какой-нибудь другой редактор, вроде Sublime Text.

Features

  • Familiar syntax: as a web-developer, you already know how to use Emmet. Abbreviation syntax is similar to CSS Selectors with shortcuts for id, class, custom attributes, element nesting and so on.
  • Dynamic snippets: unlike default editor snippets, Emmet abbreviations are dynamic and parsed as-you-type. No need to predefine them for each project, just type to convert any word into a tag.
  • CSS properties shortcuts: Emmet provides special syntax for CSS properties with embedded values. For example, will be exampled to .
  • Available for most popular syntaxes: use single abbreviation to produce code for most popular syntaxes like HAML, Pug, JSX, SCSS, SASS etc.

This repo contains only core module for parsing and expanding Emmet abbreviations. Editor plugins are available as separate repos.

This is a monorepo: top-level project contains all the code required for converting abbreviation into code fragment while folder contains modules for parsing abbreviations into AST and can be used independently (for example, as lexer for syntax highlighting).

Installation

You can install Emmet as a regular npm module:

npm i emmet@rc

Note that current version is still in release candidate version so it should be installed with tag. After release, it will be available as version 2.x.

Config

All config files are placed in the config directory: .

emmet.keymap.json

{
  // The order of key combination doesn't matter
  "encode_decode_data_url" "Ctrl+Shift+I",
  "prev_edit_point" "Ctrl+Alt+Left",
  "next_edit_point" "Ctrl+Alt+Right",
  ...
  // Disable the action with `null`. You can still execute it with emmet menu.
  "insert_formatted_line_break_only" null,
  "insert_formatted_line_break" null,
  "balance_inward" "Ctrl+Shift+D",
  ...
}

emmet.menu.json

[
  {
    "type" "action", // action, submenu, separator
    "name" "expand_abbreviation",  // the name of the action
    "label" "Expand Abbreviation"  // if the item is lack of .label, it will use .name as fallback.
  },
  {
    "type" "separator"
  },
  {
    "type" "action",
    "name" "encode_decode_data_url",
    "label" "Encode\\Decode data:URL image"
  },
  ...
  {
    "name" "Numbers",
    "type" "submenu",
    "items" [  // the items in the submenu.
      {
        "type" "action",
        "name" "evaluate_math_expression",
        "label" "Evaluate Math Expression"
      },
      {
        "type" "action",
        "name" "increment_number_by_1",
        "label" "Increment number by 1"
      },
      ...
    ]
  },
  ...
]

emmet.settings.json

{
  // setting to false will make tab working in all file types
  "enableTabExpensionByFileType" true,
  // "txt", "php", "c", "cpp", "cs", "objc", "java", "rc", "html", "xml", "makefile", "pascal", "batch", "ini", "nfo", "user", "asp", "sql", "vb", "js", "css", "perl", "python", "lua", "tex", "fortran", "bash", "flash", "nsis", "tcl", "lisp", "scheme", "asm", "diff", "props", "ps", "ruby", "smalltalk", "vhdl", "kix", "au3", "caml", "ada", "verilog", "matlab", "haskell", "inno", "searchresult", "cmake", "yaml", "cobol", "gui4cli", "d", "powershell", "r", "jsp", "coffeescript", "json", "javascript", "external"
  "enableTabExpensionUnder" 
}

Speed test

: L4533, L4680, L4

  • better-matcher: 115, 688, 31
  • zen-coding: 105, 679, 26
  • quick-match: 67, 20, 34
  • quick-match-2: 72, 27, 26

Changelog

  • 1.2.2 (Apr 9, 2018)
    • Update emmet. Fix infinite recursion bug.
    • Fix: close autocomplete dialog after execution.
    • Fix: TypeError when calling .
    • Add: load syntaxProfiles. Switch to .
    • Change: the hotkey of Balance (outward). Ctrl + D -> Ctrl + Alt + D.
  • 1.2.0 (Mar 10, 2018)
    • Update eslint to v4.18.2.
    • Change: dist folder structure. Libraries are put inside subfolder.
    • Add info header to .
    • Fix: file related actions doesn’t work.
    • Fix: dialog service.
  • 1.1.2 (Nov 30, 2017)
    • Update emmet to v1.6.3.
    • Fix: single open tag is not handled correctly.
  • 1.1.1 (Dec 23, 2016)
    • Update emmet to v1.6.1.
    • Fix: scrollbar doesn’t scroll when setting caret pos.
  • 1.1.0 (Jul 9, 2016)
    • Update emmet to v1.6.0.
    • Drop Grunt.
    • Drop submodule, use npm to manage dependencies.
  • 1.0.1 (Apr 12, 2016)
  • 1.0.0 (Apr 3, 2016)
    • Use eight04/emmet@dev-quick-match-2.
    • Drop MenuCmds.js (#6)
    • Use notepad++ command for tab insertion.
    • Use cache to speed up action.
    • Fix dialog bug in Windows 10.
    • Add option: disable tab expension if not working with HTML or CSS files.
  • 0.2.0 (Feb 26, 2016)
    • Add readBinary feature.
    • Temporary fix with read file API. should work now.
    • Add User defined menu. Lacated at
    • Rewrite the dialog module, which can remember the last position and size.
  • 0.1.0

Default Keybindings

You can change these in Preferences > Keybindings.

Command Darwin Linux/Windows
Expand Abbreviation tab or shift + ⌘ + e tab or ctrl + e
Expand Abbreviation (interactive) alt + ⌘ + enter ctrl + alt + enter
Wrap with Abbreviation ctrl + w ctrl + alt + w
Balance (outward) ctrl + d ctrl + shift + e
Balance (inward) alt + d ctrl + shift + 0
Go to Matching Pair ctrl + alt + j ctrl + alt + j
Next Edit Point ctrl + → ctrl + alt + →
Previous Edit Point ctrl + ← ctrl + alt + ←
Select Next Item ctrl + shift + → ctrl + shift + .
Select Previous Item ctrl + shift + ← ctrl + shift + ,
Toggle Comment ⌘ + / ctrl + shift + /
Split/Join Tag shift + ⌘ + j ctrl + shift + `
Remove Tag ⌘ + ‘ ctrl + shift + ;
Evaluate Math Expression shift + ⌘ + y ctrl + shift + y
Increment Number by 0.1 ctrl + alt + ↑ alt + ↑
Decrement Number by 0.1 ctrl + alt + ↓ alt + ↓
Increment Number by 1 ctrl + alt + ⌘ + ↑ ctrl + ↑
Decrement Number by 1 ctrl + alt + ⌘ + ↓ ctrl + ↓
Increment Number by 10 ctrl + alt + ⌘ + shift + ↑ shift + alt + ↑
Decrement Number by 10 ctrl + alt + ⌘ + shift + ↓ shift + alt + ↓
Reflect CSS value shift + ⌘ + r ctrl + shift + r
Update Image Size ctrl + i ctrl + u
Encode/Decode image to data:URL ctrl + shift + i ctrl + ‘
Update Tag ctrl + shift + u ctrl + shift + ‘
Merge Lines shift + ⌘ + m ctrl + shift + m

All actions and their keyboard shortcuts are available under Packages > Emmet menu item.

Extracting abbreviations from text

A common workflow with Emmet is to type abbreviation somewhere in source code and then expand it with editor action. To support such workflow, abbreviations must be properly extracted from source code:

import expand, { extract } from 'emmet';

const source = 'Hello world ul.tabs>li';
const data = extract(source, 22); // { abbreviation: 'ul.tabs>li' }

console.log(expand(data.abbreviation)); //

The function accepts source code (most likely, current line) and character location in source from which abbreviation search should be started. The abbreviation is searched in backward direction: the location pointer is moved backward until it finds abbreviation bound. Returned result is an object with property and and properties which describe location of extracted abbreviation in given source.

Most current editors automatically insert closing quote or bracket for , and characters so when user types abbreviation that uses attributes or text, it will end with the following state ( is caret location):

E.g. caret location is not at the end of abbreviation and must be moved a few characters ahead. The function is able to handle such cases with option (enabled by default). This this option enabled, method automatically detects auto-inserted characters and adjusts location, which will be available as property of the returned result:

import { extract } from 'emmet';

const source = 'a div b';
const loc = 11; // right after "title" word

// `lookAhead` is enabled by default
console.log(extract(source, loc)); // { abbreviation: 'div', start: 2, end: 12 }
console.log(extract(source, loc, { lookAhead false })); // { abbreviation: 'title', start: 6, end: 11 }

By default, tries to detect markup abbreviations (see above). stylesheet abbreviations has slightly different syntax so in order to extract abbreviations for stylesheet syntaxes like CSS, you should pass option:

import { extract } from 'emmet';

const source = 'a{b}';
const loc = 3; // right after "b"

console.log(extract(source, loc)); // { abbreviation: 'a{b}', start: 0, end: 4 }


// Stylesheet abbreviations does not have `{text}` syntax
console.log(extract(source, loc, { type 'stylesheet' })); // { abbreviation: 'b', start: 2, end: 3 }

Extract abbreviation with custom prefix

Lots of developers uses React (or similar) library for writing UI code which mixes JS and XML (JSX) in the same source code. Since any Latin word can be used as Emmet abbreviation, writing JSX code with Emmet becomes pain since it will interfere with native editor snippets and distract user with false positive abbreviation matches for variable names, methods etc.:

var div // `div` is a valid abbreviation, Emmet may transform it to ``

A possible solution for this problem it to use prefix for abbreviation: abbreviation can be successfully extracted only if its preceded with given prefix.

import { extract } from 'emmet';

const source1 = '() => div';
const source2 = '() => ';

extract(source1, source1.length); // Finds `div` abbreviation
extract(source2, source2.length); // Finds `div` abbreviation too

extract(source1, source1.length, { prefix '' }); // No match, `div` abbreviation is not preceded with `
extract(source2, source2.length, { prefix '' }); // Finds `div` since it preceded with `

With option, you can customize your experience with Emmet in any common syntax (HTML, CSS and so on) if user is distracted too much with Emmet completions for any typed word. A may contain multiple character but the last one must be a character which is not part of Emmet abbreviation. Good candidates are

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